CSIS’s Economics Program, the Scholl Chair in International Business, and the Strategic Technologies Program, explore the nexus between economics and national security at a time when international relations are increasingly defined by the pursuit of economic and commercial power.

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Photo: Alex/Adobe Stock

The Use of March-In Rights Could Undermine Innovation and National Security

The Bayh-Dole Act has been pivotal in driving U.S. innovation and economic growth. However, possible changes to march-in rights aimed at controlling drug prices could disrupt this success, posing risks to the innovation ecosystem and national competitiveness.

Commentary by Hideki Tomoshige and Sujai Shivakumar — May 23, 2024

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Scott Kennedy
Senior Adviser and Trustee Chair in Chinese Business and Economics
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Daniel F. Runde
Senior Vice President; William A. Schreyer Chair; Director, Project on Prosperity and Development
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Emily Benson
Director, Project on Trade and Technology and Senior Fellow, Scholl Chair in International Business